Serious crimes are investigating senior officials in the port of Durres relating to 137 kg of cocaine

Serious crimes are investigating senior officials in the port of Durres relating to 137 kg of cocaine
 Port of Durres
 The Serious Crimes Prosecution is expanding its investigation after seizing 137kg of cocaine at the Port of Durres.

The prosecution has seized security cameras to verify other persons involved in the traffic.

Meanwhile, the measure of "jail arrest" in absentia was imposed on the wanted businessman, Gentian Malindi.

New details are revealed regarding the 137kg of cocaine seized at the port of Durres. The Serious Crimes Prosecution is also investigating Durre's port officials after allegedly favoring the unauthorized entry into the port.

Sources confirm to Oculus News that the security cameras have been seized at the Port of Durres to enable the identification of other persons who may be involved in this cocaine trafficking ring.

Serious crime investigations are focused on the orderers of 137kg of cocaine, as the investigation team suspects it is involved in a criminal group operating in the south of the country.

According to the same sources, cocaine would be processed in Albania and Europe was the final market.

Meanwhile, this Saturday the Serious Crimes Court ordered a "jail arrest" in absentia for Gentian Malindi, one of the suspects who ordered 137 kilograms of cocaine.

It turns out that the Port Security Officer has used his document for enter-exit to the Port.

Bega admitted to the investigating team that he was friend with Gentian Malindi and that he was the one who asked to open the containers and take out the cargo from there.

Altin Myslihaka is for now behind the bars for the 137 kg of cocaine.

It was the US DEA, which signaled to the Greek authorities that 137 kilograms of cocaine had arrived at the port of Piraeus, coming from Ecuador with the final destination Albania.

The cocaine was hidden in refrigerator engines in four banana containers, ordered by an Albanian company operating in the market since 2011.

Greek authorities informed the Albanian police after the drug was discovered and then decided to replace the drug with rice and put GPS in the packages.

Bananas containers have been transit to the port of Piraeus.
Serious crimes are investigating senior officials in the port of Durres relating to 137 kg of cocaine Serious crimes are investigating senior officials in the port of Durres relating to 137 kg of cocaine Saturday, September 28, 2019 Rating: 5
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